From August 3-6 at NI Week 2015, Basler will showcase its acemachine vision camera models that are equipped with the IMX174 CMOS image sensor from Sony. The acA 1920-50 gm/gc GigE cameras and acA 1920-155 gm/gc USB 3.0 cameras are the new models with the IMX174 sensor. The acA 1920-50 gm (monochrome) and acA 1920-50 gc (color) achieve a frame rate of 50 fps with a GigE interface while the acA 1920-155 gm (monochrome) and acA 1920-155 gc (color) achieve a frame rate of 155 fps with a USB 3.0 interface. All of the camera models feature a 5.86 µm pixel size and 10 or 12 bit pixel depth.
All of the cameras come with Basler’spylon Camera Software Suite and feature high quantum efficiency (more than 70%), wide dynamic range (approximately 73 dB), and low noise ratio. The cameras, according to Basler, provide an ideal replacement for CCD cameras.
NI Week booth number:815
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Headquarters: Ahrensburg, Germany
Product: ace GigE and USB 3.0 cameras
Key Features: Sony IMX174 CMOS image sensor, USB 3.0/GigE interfaces, 5.86 µm pixel size, 50 fps (GigE), 155 fps (USB 3.0), pylon Camera Software Suite.
What Basler says:
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